This page provides an overview of the third party fees and timing for donation payments and disbursements to nonprofits. Please see our Terms of Service for full information regarding disbursements and if you have any questions, check out our frequently asked questions.

Third Party Fees

Below are the third party payment transaction costs charged by our partners as of 10/11/2021. Please note that these may change at any time. Every.org does not charge any of our own fees, and we cover all transaction costs on donations made with bank accounts. We're able to offer this benefit with donations from people who believe in our mission to build accessible giving infrastructure.

Third PartyFee
Visa / Mastercard2.2% + $0.30
+1% for non-US
+1% for non-US
PayPal2.2% + $0.30
Venmo2.2% + $0.30
Crypto (Coinbase)1%
StocksSee First Republic fees
Bank0% - FREE

Additionally, the Network for Good disbursement fee is 2.25%, though currently Every.org covers this fee for all bank, crypto, stock, and DAF donations. We ask all nonprofits receiving large sums to add bank info and avoid the Network for Good fee disbursement fee, leaving only the above fees.


After a nonprofit claims their profile, they will see information about donations in their Admin Dashboard immediately and funds will be disbursed weekly by default or upon request if needed.

Otherwise, we aggregate donations from the previous month on the 1st of each month and send them to our disbursement partner, Network for Good (NFG), who sends the payments around the 15th of the month. The donation will reach nonprofits faster if they have direct deposit set up with NFG, otherwise NFG sends checks in the mail.

The minimum for a disbursement through NFG is $5 USD. If we have less than the minimum for a nonprofit, Every.org will wait until other donations are made to meet the minimum disbursement amount before disbursing the funds.